Digital Dentures

Digital dentures are a new technique of creating partial, complete and chrome dentures with out the need of traditional impression techniques aswell as reducing the amount of appointments required to finish the prosthetic.

About Digital Dentures

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By utilising the latest scanning technology we take scans of the mouth rather than traditional impressions which some patients can not tolerate or find uncomfortable.

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From this we can digitally design dentures using the latest technology in design and production to produce 3d printed and milled dentures to the highest specification.


I will generally use a combination of digital and traditional techniques to give the best possible result for each individual patient.  

These options will be discussed and planned to tailor each and every patient which I see. 

Every mouth is different and due to this each may require a slightly altered technique to give the best possible result.

Quality Materials

We use the best quality materials and partners to ensure you have the highest quality results.

Patient Care

We provide the highest levels of care and ensure you are informed and comfortable throughout the whole process.

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Save Time

The use of digital can sometimes reduce the amount of appointments required to create a new denture to as little as 3 and eliminate the requirement of impressions.

How long will my denture last?

We suggest your denture will require assessment and possible new dentures every 6-8 years depending on tooth wear, fit and aesthetics.

How long will the dentures take to make?

Generally dentures will take 4-6 weeks to complete however this will vary on each case depending on complexity and treatment required.

Will the dentures break?

All dentures have the possibility of breaking as do natural teeth. The restorations are made with the best possible materials to resist this as much as possible however breakages are still possible.

Will the dentures require impressions?

There is a possibility of scanning the mouth rather then taking traditional impressions, however, they may still require smaller impressions depending on the situation and the case.